In our news wrap Tuesday, President Trump took aim again at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over trade. Meanwhile, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro apologized for saying "there's a special place in hell" for Trudeau. Also, some of the…
After leaving the G-7 summit in Quebec early, President Trump withdrew from the group's joint statement on trade and blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as "dishonest" for criticizing the U.S. tariffs and moving to retaliate. As Lisa Desjardins reports,…
By Lisa Desjardins
President Trump has grown frustrated with Canada on a lack of progress in crafting a new NAFTA agreement, says Marc Short, director of legislative affairs for the Trump administration. Short sits down with Judy Woodruff to discuss reactions to the…
On this edition for Sunday, June 10, President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un arrive in Singapore ahead of their historic meeting. And, a contentious G-7 summit ends with a claim of “betrayal.” Also, what's behind the Trump administration's…
By PBS NewsHour
By PBS NewsHour
President Trump on Saturday used Twitter to send angry messages about the G-7 summit he had just left. Trump tweeted that he would not endorse a joint-communique released at the end of the summit and attacked Canadian Prime Minister Justin…
By Catherine Lucey, Rob Gillies, Associated Press
The annual G-7 summit appeared to have weathered tensions over President Donald Trump’s threats of a tariff-fueled trade war until the mercurial American pulled out of a joint statement while citing “false statements” by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
By Saher Khan
Trump also stirred tension with Canada through a series of misleading or false claims about the country’s economy and history with the U.S.
By Michael Rios
On Tuesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the van collision does not threaten national security, and he dismissed the possibility of terrorism, adding that this incident did not change the threat level of terrorism in Canada.
By Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
President Donald Trump continues to insist the United States has a trade deficit with Canada, following news reports that he claimed at a fundraiser that he talked trade with the country's prime minister without knowing all the facts.
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